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Brighton & Hove Albion
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Southampton
Djenepo [55']
Sat 24 Aug 3PM
89 mins
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Key moments so far

  • Djenepo makes an instant impact of the bench to give Saints the lead
  • Florin Andone has been sent off for a nasty challenge on Yan Valery
  • Brighton had a first-half Dunk goal disallowed by VAR after an offside against Burn.
  • Locadia strikes the post with minutes to go in the best chance for the hosts.
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88’

Yellow Card for Martín Montoya (Brighton & Hove Albion)

Montoya goes in the book after catching Djenepo.

86’

Locadia hits the frame of the goal

The resulting corner from Bednarek's clearance presents a HUGE chance for Brighton. Murray heads the delivery down and Locadia smashes the outside of the post with a left-footed shot.

85’

Gross's free-kick is cleared behind

Gross's free-kick comes in and Bednarek is there to flick it behind for a corner.

83’

Southampton substitution: Stuart Armstrong replaces Danny Ings

Armstrong comes off the bench as he did a week ago against Liverpool, with Ings making way for him.

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82’

Yellow Card for Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (Southampton)

A yellow card for the skipper. Montoya had just nicked the ball away and he was slightly late with the challenge.

80’

Southampton substitution: Sofiane Boufal replaces Ché Adams

Second substitution as Boufal is on for Adams with ten minutes to play.

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78’

Brighton & Hove Albion substitution: Pascal Groß replaces Dale Stephens

It's a switch in midfield for Brighton as GroB replaces Stephens.

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74’

Brighton & Hove Albion substitution: Glenn Murray replaces Neal Maupay

Brighton's top scorer from last season replaces summer signing Maupay in attack as they search for a leveller.

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72’

Propper's effort is wayward

The Dutch midfielder finds room again on the edge of the area but it's always rising.

68’

Brighton & Hove Albion substitution: Jürgen Locadia replaces Solomon March

First change from Graham Potter sees Locadia replace March. He was their most used player off the bench last season, used 17 times.

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65’

Redmond and Djenepo combine

Redmond slides a pass into the path of Djenepo, who takes the ball into the box before being challenged by Dunk. The corner presents a chance for Adams but it's blocked.

64’

Propper's effort is into Gunn's midrift

It's the hosts turn to come forward at the other end. Propper finds space on the edge of the area to shoot but it's a tame effort in all honesty and Gunn takes it into his chest.

63’

Very nearly two!

Redmond picks up a loose ball and drives forward at Dunk, before sending a shot agonisingly wide of the post.

62’

Montoya cross comes to nothing

Montoya's cross from the right goes deep towards Duffy, who climbs all over Ward-Prowse to try and get a header on goal. Free-kick.

61’

Burn's challenge denies Adams

Ings feeds the run of Adams downn the right who has one thing on his mind, but before he can get a shot away across goal to test Ryan, Burn makes an impeccably timed tackle.

59’

Short free-kick sees March fire over

With men waiting in the box, Brighton take their free-kick short to March who fires well over the crossbar.

59’

Danso brings down Maupay

Maupay takes the ball down and is caught by Danso. A free-kick to come in from a promising position for the hosts.

57’

Bednarek makes an important challenge

Brighton looking to respond immediately as a cut back into the box sees Bednarek make an important challenge, before Vestergaard clears. 

GOALSCORER 12 Moussa Djenepo

THAT IS STUNNING!

Djenepo makes an instant impact off the bench. Ings switches the ball to the winger, who cuts inside from the left and curls a beauty beyond Ryan. GET IN THERE!!!!!

54’

GOOOAL!!!

Moussa Djenepo (54’) | 0 1

53’

Southampton substitution: Moussa Djenepo replaces Yan Valery

It's a positive attacking change as Mali international Djenepo comes on to replace Valery. Let's go 👊

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52’

Change imminent? 🤔

Moussa Djenepo looks to be getting ready to come off the bench for Saints here. Can he be the man to break the deadlock after his impressive cameo against Liverpool?

51’

Trossard shoots wide

March steals the ball off Højbjerg and the hosts break forward. Maupay flicks the ball into the path of Trossard but his strike curls just wide.

48’

March goes for goal

Brighton break away and March has Burn in support to his right, but opts to test Gunn with a low, left-footed strike that ends up being straightforward for the Saints stopper.

47’

Trossard penalised for a foul on Valery

Trossard's challenge on Valery sees Saints awarded a free-kick. Gunn tries to steal a few yards and is berated by the home crowd before sending it down the pitch.

45’

Back under way for the second-half

The hosts get us going for the second-half. COME ON YOU SAINTS! 

HALF TIME: Brighton 0-0 Saints

It's all square at the break after a lively first-half. Andone has been sent off for an awful challenge on Valery, and the ten-man hosts then thought they'd taken the lead through Dunk's header. VAR to the rescue though, as Burn was blocking Gunn in an offside position.

+1’

Ward-Prowse's delivery runs all the way through

Not like Prowsey at all that one! He takes it right-footed but his delivery has far too much on it and it goes all the way over for a goal kick.

45’

Burn brings Redmond down

Good pressure from Saints and as Redmond twists and turns in pursuit of space, Burn pulls him down and it's a free-kick. A minimum of three minutes added time is indicated as Ward-Prowse prepares to swing this over.

39’

VAR Decision: Goal awarded for Brighton & Hove Albion [Lewis Dunk] was cancelled

Lewis Dunk heads home from a corner but after a VAR check, the goal is disallowed for an offside against Dan Burn.

35’

Redmond's shot is saved by Ryan

Redmond picks up the ball in midfield and drives towards goal, before taking the opportunity to shoot. Ryan is down quickly and makes a comfortable save.

30’

Red Card for Florin Andone (Brighton & Hove Albion)

Straight red card for Andone after a nasty challenge on Yan Valery.

28’

Ward-Prowse heads clear

A deep March corner is headed back into a dangerous area but Ward-Prowse heads it away to safety.

27’

Duffy's long ball finds Maupay

Duffy's long ball down the pitch is chased down by Maupay, who waits and plays the ball off Vestergaard for a corner.

21’

Yellow Card for James Ward-Prowse (Southampton)

Ward-Prowse is first in the book. Andone looks to break away after the corner is cleared and the Saints midfielder brings him down rather cynically. 

20’

Vestergaard earns Saints a corner

Danso's long throw-in is flicked on by Vestergaard at the front post and it deflects off Burn for a Saints corner that's taken by Ward-Prowse but it is cleared.

19’

Montoya heads wide

Trossard gets to the byline and clips a ball back into the box for Montoya, who gets his head on it but sees it go past Gunn's right-hand post.

15’

Ryan is fortunate under pressure

Ryan takes too long on the ball and is shut down well by Danny Ings who blocks his clearance to cause panic momentarily.

14’

Romeu fouls Andone

Andone is proving a handful so far and Romeu brings him down just past the halfway line for a Brighton free-kick.

12’

Trossard's cross goes behind for a goal kick

Brighton build up the play, down the left but Trossard's final delivery isn't a good one and it goes out for a goal kick.

8’

March's corner is dealt with by Saints

Successive corners for the hosts as Maupay sees his header deflect out off Bednarek, before Valery heads away March's inswinging delivery and Højbjerg can clear.

6’

Bednarek thwarts Andone well

Andone is again looking to get in via the left channel but Bednarek makes an excellent challenge at the expense of a corner.

5’

Maupay's effort is comfortable for Gunn

A purposeful attack from the hosts ends with Maupay stabbing a shot towards goal, but it doesn't have the power to trouble Gunn.

4’

Gunn is caught by Andone

Florin Andone is in pursuit of a ball down the channel with Jan Bednarek. Gunn races out to clear and Andone catches him late on the knee. Free-kick.

3’

Adams presses Ryan into a wayward clearance

Mat Ryan takes a pass back and is immediately pressed by Ché Adams, who forces the goalkeeper into a clearance that goes out for a throw-in. Decent start from Saints.

We're under way at the Amex!

James Ward-Prowse gets us going here at Amex Stadium. Saints are in their yellow and black away kit today. Come on!

15.00

Ché's day? 

A first Premier League goal today for this man? With 49% of the vote in our latest fan poll, you think Ché Adams will be our key man against Brighton today.

14.46

ingsy had a very good impact in the last game, i think he came on and was a very good sub and showed immediately he was in the game. i think he was fit and i hope he can make a very good game today. ryan bertrand had a little problem with his ankle after the session yesterday.

RALPH HASENHÜTTL
southampton boss on team news
14.31
VOTE NOW
Two 1-0 victories last season at the Amex! Who will be our key man today now you've see the teams?

Two 1-0 victories last season at the Amex! Who will be our key man today now you've see the teams?

The results so far:

  • Jan Bednarek
    0%
  • James Ward-Prowse
    6%
  • Danny Ings
    6%
  • Kevin Danso
    10%
  • Ché Adams
    49%
  • Nathan Redmond
    29%

Brighton line-up confirmed

Starting XI: Ryan, Duffy, Dunk, Burn, Montoya, March, Stephens, Trossard, Propper, Andone, Maupay.
Subs: Button, Locadia, GroB, Webster, Murray, Mooy, Bernardo.

14.03

A debut for Danso!

Starting XI: Gunn, Valery, Bednarek, Danso, Vestergaard, Ward-Prowse, Romeu, Højbjerg (c), Redmond, Ings, Adams.

Subs: McCarthy, Yoshida, Cédric, Armstrong, Boufal, Djenepo, Obafemi.

14.00

The Saints have arrived! 📸

Our photographer was there to capture the player arrivals at Amex Stadium, as we edge closer to kick-off. 

13.46

It was Ricardo Fuller and Richard Chaplow!

We asked who got the goals in our victory over Brighton back in April 2006, and 45% of you got it correct! It was of course, Ricardo Fuller and Richard Chaplow. 

13.36

3️⃣0️⃣ minutes until the team news!

We'll bring you the team news at 2pm BST!  Who makes your Saints starting line-up today against Brighton? 

13.28

Match Pack: Brighton vs Saints

Take a look through our Match Pack to get clued up on Brighton, as we build-up to kick-off here at Amex Stadium.

13.07

Last time out at Brighton...😇

Watch back the 90-second highlights from Saints' last visit to Amex Stadium, where Pierre-Emile Højbjerg's strike earned a vital three points.

12.23
VOTE NOW
In April 2006, Saints won 2-0 at Brighton...but can you remember who got the goals that day?

In April 2006, Saints won 2-0 at Brighton...but can you remember who got the goals that day?

The results so far:

  • Ricardo Fuller and Richard Chaplow
    45%
  • David McGoldrick and Grzegorz Rasiak 
    45%
  • Jermaine Wright and Ricardo Fuller
    0%
  • Martin Cranie and Djamel Belmadi
    9%

i think it will be our toughest game so far this weekend because of how southampton are and how they play. i've been really impressed with what they've done and what they bring.

graham potter
brighton boss
11.51

Get the thoughts of the boss!

We caught up with Ralph Hasenhüttl at Staplewood earlier this week to preview today's meeting with Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League.

10.27

Welcome to Saints, Richard Kitzbichler! 😇

Yesterday we brought you the news that  45-year-old Austrian Richard Kitzbichler has been appointed as First Team Assistant Coach and will also work as Opposition Analyst, following two years with  Beijing Sinobo Guoan and an extensive spell with Red Bull Salzburg. Read more here

09.49
Southampton FC

Double tap ❤️ to wish @mayayoshida22 a very happy 31st birthday! 🥳 #saintsfc

09.36

BACK ON THE ROAD! 😇

It's matchday again in the Premier League as Ralph Hasenhüttl's men travel to face Brighton. Saints were twice victorious at Amex Stadium last season, and will look to pick up their first points of the 2019/20 campaign, after an encouraging display against Liverpool. The hosts have picked up four points from six so far under new manager Graham Potter.

09.36

Brighton and Hove Albion

1
Mat Ryan (GK)
5
Lewis Dunk (C)
4
Shane Duffy
33
Dan Burn
20
Solly March
Jürgen Locadia (68′)
22
Martín Montoya
6
Dale Stephens
Pascal Groß (78′)
24
Davy Pröpper
10
Florin Andone
11
Leandro Trossard
7
Neal Maupay
Glenn Murray (74′)
17
Glenn Murray
9
Jürgen Locadia
15
Adam Webster
13
Pascal Groß
27
David Button
18
Aaron Mooy
30
Bernardo

Southampton

28
Angus Gunn (GK)
38
Kevin Danso
35
Jan Bednarek
43
Yan Valery
Moussa Djenepo (53′)
4
Jannik Vestergaard
14
Oriol Romeu
23
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (C)
16
James Ward-Prowse
22
Nathan Redmond
9
Danny Ings
Stuart Armstrong (84′)
10
Che Adams
Sofiane Boufal (80′)
2
Cédric Soares
17
Stuart Armstrong
1
Alex McCarthy
20
Michael Obafemi
19
Sofiane Boufal
12
Moussa Djenepo
3
Maya Yoshida

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2
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1
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1
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Match Stats

Southampton
  • Possession (%)
    51
    49
  • Shots
    12
    9
  • Shots on target
    3
    2
  • Corners
    8
    5
  • Passes Complete
    287
    284

Top players

  • Goals

    M. Djenepo

    1
  • Shots On Target

    N. Redmond

    1
  • Chances Created

    J. Vestergaard

    2
  • Passes Completed

    P. Højbjerg

    53
  • Tackles

    J. Bednarek

    3
  • Clearances

    J. Vestergaard

    5
  • Saves

    A. Gunn

    3

Live table

Pos Team GD Pts
1 Liverpool 4 6
2 Arsenal 2 6
3 Leicester City 1 5
4 Manchester City 5 4
5 Manchester United 3 4
6 Tottenham Hotspur 2 4
7 Brighton and Hove Albion 2 4
8 Bournemouth 1 4
9 Sheffield United 0 4
10 Crystal Palace 0 4
11 Everton -1 4
12 Chelsea -3 4
13 West Ham United -3 4
14 Burnley 2 3
15 Aston Villa -1 3
16 Norwich City -2 3
17 Southampton -3 3
18 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 2
19 Newcastle United -3 0
20 Watford -6 0